One of the best parts of being a member of an Orangetheory Fitness studio is the feeling of community. Coaches, of course, encourage members to push themselves, but what sets OTF apart is how the members come together to support one another in
To improve your overall fitness, you need to improve your base pace. What is "base pace"? Maggie Grover, head coach at the West Carmel/Zionsville Indiana Orangetheory Fitness (OTF) studio describes it as "your lowest working effort. The pace yo
Kaity Wachtel, head coach of the Fishers-Geist (Indiana) Orangetheory Fitness studio, has coached more than 4200 classes, which makes her the most tenured coach in the state. In this episode, Kaity talks about why people sometimes experience tr
Lynne Nieto is the “voice’ of Augie’s Quest, and a board member of the ALS Therapy Development Institute. Her leadership, vision, focus, and unconditional love are a driving force in the war against ALS, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, a dege
In our debut episode, get to know Scotty BanksScotty describes several misconceptions that people have when they step into an Orangetheory Fitness studio - and then he squishes those notions by telling you how things really are.Next, Scotty giv
Kaity Wachtel is the head coach of the Fishers-Geist Orangetheory Fitness studio in Fishers, Indiana, and she was recently promoted to Regional Fitness Educator for the state of Indiana. In her four years with the company, Kaity has coached mor
Working out in a group class like Orangetheory Fitness is fun, and it will definitely build your overall fitness if you put in the effort. But if you want to boost your strength even more, you may need to add some extra work outside the studio.
In this episode, we talk with Tina, a member at Orangetheory Fitness in Carmel, Indiana. Tina shares her story about conquering her biggest fear - stepping foot in the OTF studio after having tried, and quit, so many other programs. But after c